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budder said:
mswicord said:
What are the pros/cons of butting a vertical handle on an AR?
I think it's a lot easier to control with a vertical foregrip, though I've only fire a couple of ARs. But it's definitely good for minimizing muzzle climb on a happy switched m4gery!
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Also easier target acquisition.
 

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Get a Command Arms FFG4 and you can just fold it up out of the way when not in use :)
 

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VFGs are great when you need to turn the weapon quickly, like when clearing your home. They can be a problem when you're in the prone.

It's going to boil down to a personal choice. Some folks love 'em, so hate 'em, and most probably fall somewhere in between.
 

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I would have to say I hate them, they get in the way, and really don't add much to handling as far as my opinion goes. They are more of a tacticool addon than anything else. the only time I would have one is on a shorty, for obvious reasons.
 

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i think they are useful, sometimes,

but the prices for some of those things is just ridiculous. its a molded piece of friggin plastic and some prices are INSANE
 

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my AMD 65 doesn't have a choice

The AMD 65 comes with one fastened to the rather slim metal handgaurd. It works pretty good but inserting 30 round mags or a drum can take a little manuvering around the grip to get em seated. :roll: [/img]
 
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